Not anymore. Building an Airtable base is not like building a website. A website can be done as a one-off project and delivered to you. You can leave in untouched for a year. Conversely, building an Airtable base to support your business-critical workflow is an ongoing, iterative process. You must create your base one change at a time to make it work and bring value. It's a user-led development. That requires a relationship between your business and your Airtable builder. Like a partnership.
Is there a commitment?
No. You can terminate the subscription at any time with 30 days notice by filling a simple form.
Does the unused service credits carry over to the next month
No. Because the service credits does not represent only time, but most importantly bandwidth and availability. Bandwith and availability represent a cost for us. Therefore can't be transferred, accumulated or carried over.